After pickup from your Negril hotel, settle in for the 50-mile (80-kilometer) drive to the St Elizabeth Parish, home of the Black River. One of Jamaica's longest rivers, this tributary eventually empties into the Caribbean Sea.
Upon arrival on the banks of the river, meet your local guide and board a pontoon boat for an hour-long cruise. As you glide through the lush tropical forest, look out for the many native species like herons and egrets that find their food in the shallows. Crocodiles like the float among the roots in the mangrove marshes.
Back on shore, board the coach for a ride along the island's south coast back towards Negril. After one hour's drive, arrive in Bubbling Springs, a natural spring located in a dramatic limestone cavern. Disembark for some relaxation and rejuvenation, spending just under 2 hours exploring the mineral pools. Sit and soak away your aches and pains, or seek out some of the cliffs for diving and jumping.
Before climbing back on board the coach, enjoy a traditional Jamaican lunch of jerk pork, chicken or fish. With a full belly, make the short drive back to Negril for drop-off at your hotel.